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Three opinion polls (RC Pulse, GPO and Alco) published on Wednesday gave SYRIZA a diminishing but still decisive lead over New Democracy, although none suggested that the leftists would win an outright majority in the January 25 elections.
Alco put SYRIZA on 33.8 percent, against 30.5 for New Democracy. GPO sees support for SYRIZA at 28.5 percent and New Democracy at 25.3. Pulse RC has the leftists gaining 30.5 percent and the conservatives 27.
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